After you’ve studied the scripture passages for this week and reviewed the questions and activities in the manual, consider sharing any of the following articles and activities with your family. These additional resources can assist you as you strive to teach the gospel in your home.
King Benjamin taught that to retain a remission of our sins, we need to impart of our substance to the poor and needy. What can we do to better follow this commandment?
“The Second Great Commandment.” In the October 2019 general conference, President Russell M. Nelson gave a report on the outreach of the Church to those in need. He proclaimed that our greatest joy comes in serving others.
“We Are His Hands.” In this New Era article, you’ll find examples of different ways youth have helped give to those in need.
“Garage-Sale Service.” This Friend article tells how a girl named TeAroha felt inspired to help people through the Church Humanitarian Aid Fund.
“Caring and Coconuts.” This Friend article features a boy from Tonga named Lui. He and his family help others by sharing the crops they grow.
King Benjamin called his people by the name of Christ to signify that they had entered into a covenant with Him. We also indicate that we are willing to take upon ourselves the name of Christ through our baptismal covenant.
“Taking upon Us the Name of Jesus Christ.” In this general conference address, President Dallin H. Oaks, then a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, explains what the name of Christ symbolizes and what it means to take the Savior’s name upon us.
“Understanding Our Covenants with God.” This Ensign article provides insight into the covenants we make with God and how they are essential in our lives.
“Taking His Name upon Me.” Read how recognizing the importance of acting in Christ’s name impacted one missionary in this story from the New Era.
“A Promise to Try.” In this Friend story, Tatsuki learns that being willing to take upon us the name of Christ means trying to follow Jesus every day.